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The mystery of Life Our lives are part of a vast evolutionary plan which has been known since the dawn of civilization,

but only to a few.

Now its details are revealed in modern Theosophy,

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FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT Ecological Conversations: Gender, Science and the Sacred A Rockefeller Foundation Humanities Fellowship Program at the Center

for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon. This program invites scientists, scholars, writers and activists from different cultur­ al and national contexts to converse about the fundamental philosophical, ecologi­ cal, political and spiritual questions generated by the convergence of the women's and environmental movements around the globe. The theme for the 2000-2001 aca­ demic year is the cultural analysis of science practice and policy. How are scientif­ ic concepts and research results translated into the public environmental discourse? What is the role of the merging ecofeminist vision of science and technology in this discourse? How can we move beyond environmental crisis rhetoric?

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V *• * Issue 9 Summer 1999 Price £3.00 v

A 24 Hour Moratorium on Consumer Spending

Nov. 26,1999

Go Ahead-Take the Plunge' Find out what it feels like to go one whole day without shopping It'll open your eyes to the way we all live

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Corporate Watch Corporate Watch is a quarterly magazine confronting the root causes of our social and ecological crisis. Peeling back the PR facade, it shows you

how commercial interests dominate the political agenda, and links environmental and social devastation to corporate activity. As well as uncovering corporate crimes, Corporate Watch provides updates on the

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